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many moments of doubt. i didn't had many moments of doubt. i didn't know really if i could come back to the level to compete. this was my first grandson final after a couple of years. there is a better place in the world to really make a comeback. i the world to really make a comeback. ——, first grand slam. the world to really make a comeback. --, first grand slam. this wimbledon may have been about the older guys, but there was another final today, which offered a glimpse of the future. 62, 16 years old, britain's jack draper rose to the occasion in thejuniorfinal, he jack draper rose to the occasion in the junior final, he won jack draper rose to the occasion in thejuniorfinal, he won his jack draper rose to the occasion in the junior final, he won his first set but his opponent was too good in the end. —— six that too. jamie murray lost the mixed doubles final with victoria azarenka. finally, centre court can be put to bed, we suspect novak djokovic is already there. chris froome crashed on the cobbles in france but got back on his bike
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to finish stage nine of the tour de france. the defending champion in the grouping right here got caught in the pile—up. despite the fall he is up to eighth overall. the stage was won by this pattern. england's eddie pepperell was picked to the title thanks to a brilliant round from brandon stone of south africa. stone had this putt to shoot a final round of 59. it would have been a first on the european tour. agonising for him. but excellent final of 60 to win four shot ahead of eddie pepperell. they both have places at the open at carnoustie next week. there is more on the bbc sport website. thanks very much. a first look at tomorrow's newspapers is coming up on the bbc news channel. but it is
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110w on the bbc news channel. but it is now time for the news where you are. it has been another fine, warm to hot day in england and wales. east and south—eastern parts of scotland in particular have held onto sunny spells and some warmth. but this we re spells and some warmth. but this were the front was change things from any and northern ireland, with roynein from any and northern ireland, with royne in places, and in scotland today with the outbreaks of rain gradually putting south—east, the rain clearing away from northern ireland, outbreaks of rain going further east across scotland. reaching just into westernmost parts of england and wales by the end of the night, but the bulk of england is clear. fresher and towards western scotland and northern ireland compared with last night. the rain slowly moving east, pulling away from scotland with sunny spells following. northern ireland, one or
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two sunny spells into the afternoon, but these showers gradually moving further east will include heavier possibly thundery downpours. you can see from the temperature colour is still some heat in east anglia, near 30 hotspots, but behind this weather system, it is feeling cooler and fresher compared with recent days. system continues to take outbreaks of showery rain, further east and south—east as we go through monday night and it's tuesday morning, probably hardly anything at all into southern england, tuesday has sunny start, a few showers here and there, but many places will remain dry, and your temperatures are bit down, but still for many above average for the time of year, noticeably cooler and fresher across southern parts after the heat of the weekend. then a fairly indistinct weather situation,
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the pressure not as high as it has been but not particularly low, and that means temperatures are not going to be as high as they have been, still pleasantly warm in the sun, and a mixture of cloud and sunshine but also a scattering of showers. so this is how your week is shaping up. it will turn cooler and fresher but not cold, temperatures still above average, sunshine and showers, and the winds light. hello. this is bbc news. we'll be taking a look at tomorrow mornings papers in a moment — first the headlines. jubilation in paris as france win the world cup, following a thrilling 11—2 victory over croatia in moscow. after leaving the uk earlier, the us president donald trump, has arrived in helsinki where he's due to hold talks with vladimir putin tomorrow. the prime minister warns
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conservative mps they are putting brexit at risk by arguing over her proposals for how the uk will leave the eu. if we are going to find something thatis if we are going to find something that is in britain's interest and delivered on the referendum and was negotiable, we had to make what is a c011 “— negotiable, we had to make what is a con —— compromise but will deliver the benefits. novak djokovic has won this year's men's wimbledon title. beating the south african kevin anderson in straight sets. hello and welcome to our look ahead to what the the papers will be bringing us tomorrow. with me are the author and columnist for the evening standard, tony evans, and the journalist yasmin alibhai—brown. many of tomorrow's front pages are already in. the guardian leads with the news
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that donald trump has described the european union as one of his greatest foes in what the paper calls an extraordinary diplomatic intervention. the times says that theresa may 5 hopes of winning support for her brexit compromise have been dealt a huge blow after justine greening backed calls for a second referendum. the ft covers news that international companies active in iran face the threat of us sanctions within weeks after washington rebuffed an eu plan to exempt some firms. the sun has a full page splash on the arrival back in the uk of the england football team, with the headline landed, home. we will have that for your little later. let's
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get straight on to it. welcome to you both. the independent here, this is what is expected to happen in the commons tomorrow over her plan for brexit, but the question is whether 01’ brexit, but the question is whether or not they will be a leadership challenge, which we've been hearing since last week. what are your thoughts? clearly there are elements within the conservative party who wa nt within the conservative party who want rid of theresa may, but there are political pygmies, and none of them have the status to unite the nation. even boris johnson? them have the status to unite the nation. even borisjohnson? he is the worst of the! the man almost makes donald trump look credible. take that back! he is not a serious political figure. but the concerning thing is they are trying to trigger a vote of no confidence, and they point to polls showing a surge in support for ukip, which effectively
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it dies out, so i'm finding it hard to believe that ukip has made a resurgence, and it looks like the brexiteers thrashing around for some sort of way to apply pressure of ha rd sort of way to apply pressure of hard brexit. and this is a group which has always accuse the other side of fear mongering. immediately the whole ukip threat is being built up, and you have to remember this is an internal division of it church of england within the tory party that has been going on for decades. but it is not just has been going on for decades. but it is notjust internal. a lot of people want a hard brexit, and they don't see... but a lot of people don't. theresa may says she's going to deliver the brexit but she thinks people want. it is not going to be possible because of this blood—letting which never stops on the tory party. and what is becoming increasingly clear, everyday further we get from the referendum is that
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brexit is not about the best from britain, it is ideological, and it is all about ideology, and we know what happens to countries who get wrapped up in ideology over the welfare of the people. so we don't know what will happen with the vote tomorrow, but it could be decisive either way. times says that a senior tory now calling for a second referendum, as the only way to end the deadlock, according tojustine greening. this is remarkable to get a senior tory, justine greening, according to the times, saying that because politicians can't do the right thing, and of course labour, god knows what has happened to labour, it has gone to another planet. 0ur labour, it has gone to another planet. our country is in crisis, it is on another planet. what you think? ijust find labour's ineptitude in this... but if this happens... a second referendum? we
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have already heard is theresa may say that they will not be a second referendum. it would be hard to justify one, even though bizarrely people gave it such credence when it was 52—48, that is a hung parliament, that is not the will of the people. it is a majority. but in a non—binding referendum? the worrying thing about this is that justine greening has said not even the vote in parliament will confer legitimacy on the final deal. part of this whole brexit thing about the supremacy of parliament, getting power back to whitehall, to... but you could only do this, a senior tory i was with yesterday said to me, now mrs may is using some quite ha rd me, now mrs may is using some quite hard tactics to get her team onside. if she can't even get her own party onside, the country to come together even with her plan? this is
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shambolic! it is treasonable, in my view, to behave in this way, for the tory party to behave this way and the labour to do nothing. the public are used as foot soldiers in the bottle, the internal tory bottle, but i agree. i agree with yasmin, the labour party have just hidden, and there is moral cowardice on the pa rt and there is moral cowardice on the part of the labour front bench is, because they should be challenging brexit everyday and challenging austerity which has created a situation which has led people in this country to vote on the misguided basis. let's have a look at the financial times. this is about iran and sanctions, and it says the us dashes europe's hopes of relief from iran sanctions.|j says the us dashes europe's hopes of relief from iran sanctions. i think this is one of the simmering stories which is one of the most frightening things going on in the world today. i think, i things going on in the world today. ithink, i believe, the us and
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israel want this war on iran. they wa nt israel want this war on iran. they want a war. but we're not talking a war. this is the background. and so the sanctions were the first step. the eu thought it could get some concessions out of this man who visited us. i'm reeling from this visited us. i'm reeling from this visit by the us president, and he has said any company doing business with iran, and he says the eu is his foe. he wants every kind of confrontation with iran, and it seems the eu will be helpless when that happens. but does he want a confrontation does he want to bring them back to the table to renegotiate? donald trump?! we saw his idea of international diplomacy when he told theresa may that she should sue the european community. he is somebody you completely
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misunderstands the art of diplomacy in dealing with other countries. this 2013 nuclear agreement was a limited success, have the complete success. everybody agrees there are limitations. but all of europe is keen to maintain it and use it as a basis to move forward. berries that because of trade deals? are they putting trade above the fear of obtaining nuclear weapons? without a doubt, but donald trump isn't worried about maintaining peace in the middle east. what he is worried about is making money, the art of the deal, and the ducking and diving ofa the deal, and the ducking and diving of a really... the iranian regime is a terrible regime, i would of a really... the iranian regime is a terrible regime, iwould never support any of the stuff that they do. but actually, the way the world is going at the moment, we need peace more than war, and although i can't bear the regime, peace more than war, and although i can't bearthe regime, i peace more than war, and although i can't bear the regime, i don't think what the us is planning to do their
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is going to do anything other than strengthen those guys in power. but they make the argument that actually money is perhaps more important to them because the people who need to stay in power need to supporting them, and if the sanctions bite, and they hit the economy, then perhaps they hit the economy, then perhaps the people of iran will turn against the people of iran will turn against the regime. they can't, because the power is in the hands of the mullahs and the army. and a by-product of starving them of health care, medicines, is that it is going to bring another generation who will hate the west, who will see them as being starved of the essentials that they need. and it doesn't move is any further towards peace, it moves us any further towards peace, it moves us towards oppressiveness. let's talk about the world cup, some fantastic pictures in the papers of france celebrated. croatia celebrating, they lost, but you couldn't imagine them being happier. a great achievement here for france since then when in 1990. the last
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time was 20 years ago. it was a good game, but spoiled by var and a dubious penalty decision, but my favourite picture is that word emmanuel macron celebrated. could you imagine theresa may celebrated that the church of england had won? i'mjust so that the church of england had won? i'm just so pleased the monies pro eu. everybody else isjust sitting there. i think it is fantastic. vive la france! a senior figure in croatian football tweeted a list of all the multiracial players in the france team with the flag of the countries that their ancestors come from, and said, which country are we playing? they found out today they are playing france, united france, and the multiracial france. sur

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